NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Anadarko Petroleum (APC - Get Report), Petroleo Brasileiro (Petrobras) (PBR - Get Report), and Targa Resources Partners (NGLS emerged top gainers, while RPC (RES - Get Report), LDK Solar (LDK, and ReneSola (SOL - Get Report) headed the losers' list.

Anadarko jumped 11.1% last week, hitting 52-week highs on Friday. The company, which owns a share of BP Plc. ( BP - Get Report), surged 6.9% on Thursday, reportedly on news that BHP Billiton ( BHP may bid $90 a share for Anadarko.

Petrobras, a stock trading at discount with an upside, gained around 10.4% last week. The company announced an average oil production of 2.12 million barrels a day in Brazil for December, up 4.4% from November and a record for the company.

Meanwhile, Petrobras Energia Participaciones ( PZE, Petrobras' Argentina subsidiary, advanced around 9.2%. Targa Resources Partners, Chesapeake Midstream Partners ( CHKM, TC Pipelines ( TCLP, and Copano Energy ( CPNO gained around 6.9%, 6.2%, 5.7%, and 5.7%, respectively.

Legacy Reserves ( LGCY, a highly-rated stock, rose 4.9% after Wunderlich rated the stock "new buy" with a price target of $31, implying an 8% upside from current levels.

Ecopetrol ( EC reversed losses registered in the penultimate week and gained around 3.9%.

Energy Transfer Partners ( ETP and FMC Technologies ( FTI scaled up 3.6% and 2.9%, respectively. Wunderlich rated Energy Transfer Partners a "new buy" with a price target of $60, implying an impressive 16% upside from current levels. Meanwhile, the price target for FMC technologies was raised to $108 from $80 at Pritchard.

Among other gainers, Cheniere Energy Partners ( CQP, Sasol ( SSL, and Comstock Resources ( CRK advanced 4.9%, 4.5%, and 3.7%, respectively.

RPC led the pack of losers, declining 5.1%. Following RPC, LDK Solar and ReneSola fell around 4.4% and 3.6%, respectively, as investors stayed away from solar stocks. Meanwhile, other solar players JA Solar Holdings ( JASO, Suntech Power Holdings ( STP, and Yingli Green Energy ( YGE trimmed nearly 2.9%, 2.4%, and 2.2%, respectively.

Oasis Petroleum ( OAS fell 2.4%, despite Northland Securities' new outperform rating with a price target of $38, implying a remarkable 40% upside.

Among other losers, Complete Production Services ( CPX, Helix Energy Solutions ( HLX, and Seacor Holdings ( CKH dropped around 3.0%, 2.9%, and 2.0%, respectively.

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